University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, MN
The NCIN scholars developed their leadership capacity through mentoring, interacting with national nursing leaders, participating in national- and state-level health policy summits, and exploring research careers in nursing.


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 Round 1: 2008 – 2009
Robert Anderson
Sasha Aramalay
Kristen Bradley
Jade Chase
Karli Gadteazoro
Scott Kerwin
James Mcmurray
Adam Meier
Valerie Moehlenbrock
Todd Molenaar
Adam Sakhitab
Anne Schulein-Fournier
Tamino Tsutsui
Round 7: 2014 – 2015
Jeff Aday
Eden Habte
Kia Her
Bakhridzhon Ibragimova
Meena Iyer
Lorna Onyambu
Hiba Sharif
Savannah Souknhindy
Olga Natania Ward
Bethany Young
 As part of its NCIN program, the school of nursing provided the scholars with planned leadership opportunities related to practice, re- search and policy. They were exposed to national nurse leaders and opportunities to increase their knowledge and experience around health policy. Faculty were committed to preparing a diverse nursing workforce. Students were paired with faculty members who provided intensive mentorship during the 16-month education program.